Caption This…

This is a picture of Waffles the cat. He even has his own Instagram @waffles_the_cat. I realise I’m a bit late in discovering this since Waffles already has 913k followers but anyway I thought this pic deserved a decent caption!

I’ve decided to do a little series of ‘Caption This…’ posts as I’ve come across a few funny or thought provoking images recently. I’d love to hear your ideas.

What would you caption this picture? Or what thoughts does it bring to your mind? Let me know in the comments. ☺️

Caption This…

I found this photo on Pinterest originally. It’s by French photographer Laurent Laveder from his collection called Moon Games. It kind of makes me want to dream. What about you?

I’ve decided to do a little series of ‘Caption This…’ posts as I’ve come across a few funny or thought provoking images recently. I’d love to hear your ideas.

What would you caption this picture? Or what thoughts does it bring to your mind? Let me know in the comments. ☺️

Caption This…

I came across this lovely fella on the @visitscotland Instagram. The picture was taken by @kitchencoosandewes.

I’ve decided to do a little series of ‘Caption This…’ posts as I’ve come across a few funny or thought provoking images recently. I’d love to hear your ideas.

What would you caption this picture? Or what thoughts does it bring to your mind? Let me know in the comments. ☺️

I LOVE tiny details!

I’m just in from a lovely long(ish) walk in the countryside.  I love where I live.  Scotland gets a bad rep for it’s weather and I know I’m probably biased but when the sun shines it is stunning.  Look at this pic I took early morning just a couple of days ago.

Anyway when I’m walking alone in the countryside I realise again how much I appreciate the tiny details in life and in creation. Maybe that’s partly why I get on so well with tiny people too? 😂

When I go for these walks I’m always stopping to take photos of the little things that I spot. It’s not always easy to capture exactly what you can see with your eyes though. One day I’d like to try a bit of macro photography and see if I can get better images of some of those details. Here’s a few pics that I’ve taken in the last couple of days.

These hawthorn flowers are no more than 10-15mm in size but each one is so perfectly created; right down to the tiny little anthers on the end of the stamens.

This tiny snail caught my eye when I was walking the other morning. It’s markings are so clear and uniform even though it’s so small. I have a bit of a soft spot for snails since I kept some in my classroom as pets for the children a few years ago. They’re quite fascinating to watch and easy to look after.

These cow parsley flowers are so minuscule. Each petal is only about a millimetre in size. They’re just so delicate yet so tough to withstand the wind and weather.

I saw this little guy on a wall today. He’s only about 7mm long. Isn’t he a fantastic colour though?

I love the freshness and the textures on these branches. I’ve no idea what variety of pine/fir it is but I love the way each little leaf is formed.

Anyway I suppose I should get some ironing done! Doesn’t do itself unfortunately. 😂